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thinking most of artistic perfection but sho achieved hygienic perfection, ns
well liecauso s!w followed Nature's linoa and in Nature, boaaty and health
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represent an orctl.-i ly new iilca In corset construction.
They are tYi o-l!ml fror.Maclng corsets, but
that U only ere co il featu'e. ,
i Their Fnbx c. closed, liarlt i-n!ws them Ideal In
lcclfis the "new L icY effect. T uv are snuelv hlo-fittlnc-
produce that Ion?, blonder, grr.o'ul sh'p" so much stlralred.
Ihejr are li"illMul, tv aro prascrlUcvi b) physicians,
a tcndJiiK to give support wln'ro iiiost iwricil, to Improve
the breathing, anil Induce an erect and proper hrirlnj;.
? Uut uucin lcrn th a(.'vntae3 of itio Goasird far
yourself better tl istc can tcl' them to )eu. They're on
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SHORT STORIES OF THE CITY
' Elovator AU In
Tho cngo and Iron work for tho olo-
rator of tho Saguaro club arrived yos-
torday. Tho first shipmont received
seonsistcd of only tho guidos for tho
elovator shaft, and tho receipt of yej-
Uorday's freight completer tho lift
v,iivhich is to bo installed in tho Trust
:fQoodwln Funoral Postponed
Tho funeral of Georgo Goodwin, who
fdicd Monday afternoon, has boon pos
tponed to 2:30 o'clock Thursday after
noon to await tho arrival of ono of
bis closo friends, Charles Mueller of
$Los Angeles, who is oxpected to reach
Vfllobo on this evening's train.
SENSATION 8PETJNG AT INQUEST
OVER EEMAINS OF MAlf
WITNEBS TOUND VIIO DEOLAKES
HE WATCHED FIGHT FROM
Emmott Gaynor, Brothor of Mrs. Emma
KfS3lor, To-.tifles That Ho Spent Af
ternoon Drlnklnc With Man Who
Was Killed by Hi SlBter.
f Feasting on Eabbtt Stow
i Mr. and Mrs. G.B. GifTon, leaving
.election worries behind, went out into
;tho country hunting yesterday. They
returned in tho afternoon with ton rab
.;'bits and threo quail, and last night
wero feasting on rabbit stew. Inci
' dentally, their friend were feasting
ton rabbits, too.
I Business College for Globe
That Globo is to havo a business
collcgo is an assured fact. A school
for tho teaching of nil branches of com
inercinl business has been opened in
Suite 27, Trust building, with B. Rapier
as president and manager. A good
membership has been promised and tho
project is being vigorously pushed.
Such an enterprise may mean much for .
n,,.v. ., .,.! I v..t.i JGeron
uiuuo auu luu iiuuiuic( nuuutu mcvii
with a good measuro of success.
C. P. Monrad and family h-ira moved
to Kelvin temporarily.
Matthew Howell of-Long Beach is in.
town on business.
F. W. Carkins of Denver was ono of
tho guosts at the Klnnoy IIouso yes
terday. Miss Ada Path of Ashland is register-
ed at tho Kinney House.
"r A. E. Jacobs of Tucson is expected
in this evening on a two-woeks visit
4to his son, L. M. Jacob9, tho bnggago
' master at the local offices of tho Gila
-Valley, Globe & Northern.
TIT! HTTWr. AVTl 1V.V. TTTT! PTIT5TP.
J WINNERS ON THE 16Tn.
Last night tho domocrats celebrated
tho closing of the campaign with, a big
dance. Tho largest crowd of any llko
function of the season was in attend
ance. Democrats, republicans, social
ists members of all parties wero there.
Todd's hall was profusely decorated
with, tho nntional colors and from ev
ery spaco loomed tho portraits of tho
democratic candidates.. Tho strains of
tho Safl'ord concert band, nearly a doz
en strong, brought bid' couples to the
floor for the first tinia in years.
Forest Ilangor Taylor came in Mon
day evening fro mhis post at Camp In
ception, Crook national forest rosorve.
Ho will romain until after election.
On Monday afternoon at 2 6 'clock,
Jess Wansleo. an old pioneer of the
Gila valley, paised over the Great Di
vide. Mr. Wansleo was thrown from
his wagon whilo driving to his homo
on tho other side of tho river, about
two weeks ago. Ho died at the- home of
his son-in-law in Layton
Walter Truesdalo returned Monday
evening from a visit of six months with
relatives in Bochester, N. Y. He says
that sunny Arizona is a welcome
change from freezing Now York.
Miss Tompson of Los Angeles was
tho guest of Miss Lillio Morris on Sun
day last. Sbo is at tho head of the
imo public schools.
Mrs. Schenck of Colorado has boon
tho guest of Mrs. J. W. Foster during
the past few weeks. Sho left this
morning for n visit with friends in
Berry Foster of tho J. M. Foster Mer
cnntilo company has returned from a
week's outing in the Ornbnms.
Mi8 Ilnttio Piatt of Thatcher was
married on Monday last to Georgo Al
len of Dunenn. Miss Piatt is well
known and liked by tho peoplo of Saf
ford and Thatcher.
James Tally dislocated his ankle
whilo londing heavy timbers for tho
Arthur Ellis returned from a trip of
a month or moro to Oklahoma.
ONE MOBS CHANCE.
To wo the Cattlo Rustlers at tho Iris
tonight. Entire chango tomorrow.
Canvas Awnlngq Globo Point Co.
Yov. will 8ml it a great satisfaction to do
More Home Baldng
Yctt vrill make biscnit, cake and pastry
clean, fresh and lusty better everyway
than the ready made foods.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially
devised for homo use, and makes home
hakiug easy and a delight It will pro
tect you from 'the dread alum baking
powders, which are too frequently found
in the ready made articles, and insure
you food of the highest hcalthfulness.
GOODWIN Tho funeral of tho late
Georgo Goodwin is postponed to
Thursday nftornoon at 2:30 p. m.
from tho funoral parlors of F. Ls
Jonos & Son. Frionds invited.
streets, walking diroctly past the Seotl
houso, and that in passing ho saw no
sign of any disorder and heard nothing
until tho shot sounded out.
J3. O. Kelly, who was with tho mar
shal at tho time, testified that ho, tec,
had failed to notice any fighting go
ing on in tho Scott houso when they
passed in front of it.
Tho expectation is that whoa tho
hearing is rejumed today, Mm. Houlcr
will bo placed on tho stand.
ONE MORE CHANCE.
To fico tho Cattle Rustlors at tho Iris
tonight. Entiro chango tomorrow.
,& Paid te, ieotoeo.00 Snrpln W0,K.00
THE GILA VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO.
C. B. MILLS, President Dr. L. a Bicketk, Vle Pretidomt. T. A. PA8COE, Vice Piesident
H. 6. VAN GORDER, Cashier. DIRECTORS K. 3C HTJBD, Local Manager.
a E. MILLS L. D. BICKETTS WALTER DOULAS
H. 8. VAN GORDEB T. A. PA8COB R. B. HEGARDT
A. T. THOMSON E. M. HURD
Wo Invito New Bwslncaa WE pay per out on Savings Acccmtta
You got the best when yon order
Codarbrool; whiskey. The Parlor. M.
Canvas Awnings Globo Paint Co.
That Weaver had caught Mrs. Emma
Hosier by tho throat at ono time, and
again by the head, and that he was ad
vancing upon her a third timo after
having fallen through n door and
breaking tho latch, was tho statement
mado by Engineer Robort T. Bradford
before the coroner's jury yesterday af
(crnoon. After blaring tho testimony
of Bradford, Town Marshal Anderson,
E. 0. Kelly and Emmctt Gaynor, the
brother of tho woman who killed tho
stage driver, Coroner Tinson Thomm
continued tho InquuJt until 2 o'clock
Dospite tho fact that h spirited (lec
tion was being conOuctod ut tho L'liou
theater, but a few steps from tho court
house, tho courtroom was filled with
eager spectators when the jurors began
to file Into their scats. Ono of the
jury waj absent and S. M. Smith was
sworn in his stead, this, however, mveis.
sitnting tho coroner's taking tho nnt'ie
jury again to tho Jones undertaking
parlors, to view tho body of J. W.
Town Marshal Anderson was
first witness called to the stand,
testimony was much tho pamo aH
account of tho shooting given by
Silver Belt yestorday morning. Ho said
that ho had left his office with E. 0.
Kolly just beforo tho shooting, walked
down to the corner of Broad and Ce
dar streets and started west- across the
street when he heard a jihot, which ho
could not .locate at first. Soino ono
ran up and told bim that a man hao
been killed, and ho mado the arrests, ns
Emmott Gaynor, tho young brother
of Mrs. Hessler, was next called. Ho
said that ho had been drinking that
day with Weaver "and other' men, and
that Weaver accompanied him to the
house. They went ipto tho kitchen and
witness said be sat down n a chair and
went to sleep. Ho did up know what
tranipircd after that until he was
aroused by the commotion which fol
lowed tho shooting by his sister and
went into the hnll of the main building,
whero ho saw Weaver lying on the
floor. Replying to questions by At
torney Weinberger, representing tho
territory, and Attorney Wiley E. .ToneaJ
for tho defense, Gaynor said that he
had gono to the houso twice that day
and had been with Weaver much of
tho timo, tho stage driver having tnp
ped him on tho shoulder and Asked
for a conversation, which led them into
a Baloon whoro thoy. sat down and
drank beer and talked for a while, in
company with Hnrry Smith and a man
named Vernon. On the eeconl visit
to tho Scott houso, Gaynor said thnt
he saw hi mother and sister talking to
Weaver, but ho paid no attention, as
ho had boon dnnking and wanted to
sleep. Witness Mid ho hnd never seen
tho pistol with, which Weaver was kill
Robert T. Bradford, tho next witness,
testified ihat jnst beforo the shooting
he was standing on tho west side of
Broad street with Georgo Mitchell and
George Campbell, where all of them
could sco straight into the hall of the
Scott rooming houso. no testified that
ho saw a man cntch a woman by the
throat and pull her to tho front room.
Sho broko away from him, and ho
caught her again, this timo by the head.
Witness said that tho woman onco more
broke away and ran out of tho front
door towards tho courthouse, and that
ho was under tho impression thnt sho
was running to tho marshal's office,
but sho was again seen in tho hall, hav
ing apparently returned by tho rear
door. Thoro was moro tusseling, tho
maa falling twice, onco against the
door of tho front room, breaking the
intch with his weight. Witness siud
that the woman had called twice for
help and that ho and his friends went
to her assistance, the woman running
into tho door of one of tho rear rooms
and locking herself in, but that when
they pulled tho man out of tho front
room, she again came in.o the hall.
Weaver advanced upon hor and sho
shot him. Bradford said that ho had
his back turned when the shot was
fired and did not sco tho weapon, but
ho did seo Weavor walk backward
about six or eight feet and fall back
ward, with his head to tho street.
"You had your back turned when
tho shot was fired!" asked Juror
"Yes, my back was turned and I did
not sco when tho shot was fired."
"Had tho woman called for help?"
' ' Yes, she called for help twico. ' '
Marshal Anderson was recalled to tho
etnnd and replying to questions by
tho court said that after leaving his
offico he had just had timo to walk
lolsuroly down to Brood and Cedar
The Only Store in
Town which Sells
Clothes for Men
and Regal Shoes
and Savings Co,
MONEY TO LOAN
1&3 EABT CEDAR STREET
5 per cent on term deposits per an
num If left thres months.
8 to 0 por cant on Escrow dcpoclts.
Don't let your money lay idle with
out you got lntcrent on it.
Call and sco tu today.
We u-rlto Fire Innomuco in the largest
companies In tho world.
Ses us for buying or soiling Real Estate.
A Wonderful Invention
I dm mmmj
arte 's nf'byi & 3jW'J?ASW.iTvff!
I Coffee I
1 Quality ejeau perfect i
g Your toct will priiid it
3 bettor if ground u Loins not Pj
m too line. ft
to keep soup or milk or
anything hot or to keep
it cold from 10 to 15
This hottle is air tight
and so arranged with an
air chamber as to keep
anything placed in it at
the same temperature as
when first plaeed therein.
J .WATT HOGUE,
JAMES W. H0GTJE,
Vie President and Cashier.
WANTED To let you know that Globe is tho only GLOBE on the map
and that tho City of Globo sits on a cluster of coven hills whore there
is moro square yards of sunshine to tho acre and moro full grown op
portunities to the mile awaiting tho homesoeker and speculator than
any other spot of twico Globe's size to be found anywhere on old
Nature's footstool. We also wish to state that here and now is the
chanco of growing along with Globo 's present and future prosperity by
taking advantngo of what ordinary reason will show to you if you will
allow yourself to look fairly and squarely into the face of facts and a
tualities which your eye and brain will "show you" even though yon
hail from Missouri.
Wo aro in the REAL ESTATE BUSINESS and have many goo
bargains in lots and homes awaiting thoso of judgment nnd nerve to
make dollars grow by getting your dollars to work in a good field, snch
as Gjobo presents to ono and all.
Baying or r.clling, see tho othor fellow, then mo tho
Home Investment Company
BOUSES FOR RENT
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and hear the latest
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THE SHOW ON NOVEMBER 16.
DR. P. B. CALER
282 N. EUOAD STREET
Over Palace Pharmacy.
"Red Devil" Auto
Meets All Tralns Goes Anywhere.
Stand fit Eccgan's Telephone 18L
Smalt rugs 75c and up. Art squares
$4 up to $40. Grass rugs $11 and up.
McNeil's Furnituro store.
HAWKES CUT GLASS
H.J. WHITLEY CO. Jewelers
I 315 South Broadwar. Loa Aszeits. Cat
1 MAIL OHDERS PJiOUPTLY FILLED
'"I mm n w m him i mi'! i j, i ii ii mi iiiin mi mi
AH Kinds of Shoes
Ko. 1 OAK SOLE LEATHER
New Work a 8pedalty
W. M. CLAYDON. . . . OiXROAD
Phones: Office, Mam lEil; Res. nrf
R. R. WILS02J, M. D.
C. B. WILEY, M. D.
DRS. WILSON & WILEY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Over Post Office
ttoori: 10-12 A. M, 25 and 7-8 P. M.
Residence 410 E. Oak
The James R. Gibson Company
Suite 27, Trust Elds. F. O. Bos 300.
Phoen 251, Globo, Arizona. James
MIAMI FLAT, ARIZ.
Solicits yonr jmtrcn&ge u4 guarantee
Winea, Liquors, Cigars, Etc
G1t this popular place a call
Trotter, Record of 2:14.
Stands at Shute's Barn
DR. H. A. ECHBLL,
Bond broken glasses to be repaired or
duplicated. Next visit to Globe in
Decembor or January.
IF YOTJ CAN'T COME IN THE
AFTERNOON, BE SURE AND
COME IN THE EVENING OF I
The Wonderful Growth
of This Grocery Store
is not an accident, but is due to the excellent quality we give the
people of Globe at the lowest possible price. Every day new cus
tom srs are aided. If you are not already a customer we want you
to give us a call.
In a new shipment just received are the following--
PANCAKE FLOUR s
CORN MEAL 1
If you wish to see good Cod Fish, here is -the place-to come.
'WAGONS EVERYWHERE GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY'
THE SEELIG COMPANY, Inc.
Wholesale andRetail Grocers
THE HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU
MONEY ON YOUR GROCERIES
A small deposit will hold any
Amongst the new goods just
ment of Electric Portable Lamps
Old Brass Electric Portable with Amber
Shade $ 8.50
Verde Electric Portable with Green Shade . . 10.50
Old Brass Electric Portable with Green
and Red Shade 14.50
.Old Brass Electric Portable with Green
Shade .- 18.50
Chafing Dish without Tray $ 6.50
Chafing Dish with Tray 10.75
Chafing Dish with Tray 1.25
OS Arriving Daily
article you .wish.
received we have a large assort-
Russian Hammered Brass
Hammered Brass Umbrella Stand with
Copper Bands 18.50
Jardiniers made of Hammered Brass. .$5.50, 1.50
Hammered Brass Server 4.f 0
Brass Candlesticks per pair $3.50 and 5.50
Hammered Brass Jewel Case ! . . 4.51
GLOBE JEWELRY COMPANY